NaNoWriMo: The Essentials You Need

Is an introduction needed? NaNoWriMO is a very well-known organization and world-wide event in which thousands of people attempt to write a manuscript in just one month. In the month of November. If you are not familiar, visit the official web to learn more. Here you can find tips that will help you succeed and become a novelist! Use October to get ready.

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10 Alternatives for “Like”

“Like” is a short and legit word. Nothing wrong with using it in your writing. But you can also choose more fitting expressions according to their specific meaning.

“You always favor your youngest!” He hit the desk with his fist.FavorTo support or prefer something.
“I will always treasure these memories.” He put his hand on his heart.TreasureTo regard or treat as precious.
The press idolized the president.IdolizeTo regard with blind adoration or devotion.
“I appreciate her helpful and kind feedback.”AppreciateTo value or regard, to be grateful or thankful for something.
“I adore her intellect,” he said with a dreamy expression.
“And I adore her long hair,” his little sister added.
AdoreTo regard with the utmost esteem, love, respect, and honor.
To pay divine honor to something or someone.
To like or admire very much.
Sophia enjoyed her icecream on the hot summer day.EnjoyTo find joy or satisfaction.
She fancied a hot cup of coffee in the cold and bleak morning.FancyTo feel a desire or liking for.
I cherish memories of my old home and cousins.CherishTo care for tenderly or nurture.
To cling fondly to something.
He admired his grandfather’s courage during the war.AdmireTo regard with wonder, pleasure, or approval.
“Of course I care for her and call her every evening! She is my ill sister.”Care forTo feel concern or interest.
To attach importance to something.

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Your Success Stories: David King

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I have always thought it was important for everyone to have their type of art. And “art” in the all-inclusive sense: cosplay, video games, dance, painting, whatever works for you. I seem to do reasonably well with words. I prefer writing in speculative fiction because, at the beginning of a project, you have all the freedom to create your world and your rules, but then you have created enough structure that you have to follow your own rules.

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What to Have Ready for Your Beta Reader/Writing Partner

Your searching is over! You have a person happy to look at your manuscript. A person ready to give you the best possible advice on what can be improved and praise the good stuff. Now you are eager to give your new reader the printed pages or email them a copy. Or shouldn’t you be in such a hurry? Here’s a short list of things to think about.

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Book Plan Tips

Writing is a great adventure. We often try different fonts and page sizes right after the first half of the very first manuscript page. It has to be nice! But what about the content?

Allowing ourselves to be carried by the inspiration current and have no clue where the story is going is one of the common writing approaches. However, there are also authors who are more comfortable with creating a plan first and only then starting the manuscript. Here are some ideas for creating an effective plan.

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Biography: Lucy Maud Montgomery

Lucy Maud Montgomery was a Canadian author and her best-known work is a series of books about Anne Shirley that made her famous around the world. She finished 20 novels, more than 500 short stories, 500 poems, and 30 essays.     

Anyone who knows Anne and her troubles and joys will certainly see many similarities between her fictional life and the life of her author.

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